Category Archives: Kent Sterling

Top seven reasons coaching Butler basketball is a top 10 job – in my world
June 12, 2017

I would never write (or think) that Chris Holtmann made a mistake leaving Butler University to become the head basketball coach at Ohio State. But it’s a move I would not have made because being paid a staggering amount of money to coach basketball would be enough.  I would not see greater value in being […]

DirecTV vs. AT&T U-Verse – Which Is Best for Sports Fans?
February 4, 2014

by Kent Sterling The day my family got cable was one of the best moments of my life.  Not being limited to the three networks was liberating, and being able to watch the Cubs everyday after moving to southern Indiana gave me a taste of home. After an adulthood of pirating cable while in college, […]

“Ahead of the Curve” at 11a on 1070 the Fan Might Be Finest Effort Yet!
January 25, 2014

by Kent Sterling Last week, we had a good show. Lots to talk about, and unbelievably good guests. This week, there might be even more to talk about – the Pacers win last night that shouldn’t have been, Indiana’s continuing Season on the Brink II with a must win game against Illinois, and the continued […]

Justin Bieber Arrested for Being an Entitled Mope Among Other Things
January 23, 2014

by Kent Sterling As much as I loathe those who parade around as though the rules of reason don’t apply to them, Justin Bieber’s arrest early this morning near South Beach in Miami served as a reminder that I wasn’t exactly perfect at 19 either. Society tends to look at young men like Bieber – an enabled […]

Career Reinvention Might Be Crazy, But It’s Fun as Hell
December 7, 2013

by Kent Sterling For a long time I was paid a righteous amount of money for executing the wide variety of tasks necessary for talk radio station programming departments to function at a high level. But just as an athlete has a predetermined number of games his body will allow him to play, I had […]